Secret spots in Malta you’ll definitely want to visit

April 3rd, 2020

Despite its small size, Malta is packed to the gills with things to do and places to visit. The downside of this is that many destinations across this tiny archipelago in the Mediterranean are always teeming with tourists, all clamouring for a fleeting glimpse of an ancient fresco or a shady spot at the beach.

The Palladian villas of the Veneto

March 27th, 2020

Simplicity, elegance, and precision define Palladian architecture — as well as the man behind this distinctive and enduring architectural style.

Andrea Palladio was a humble stonecutter who rose from obscurity to become one of the world’s greatest architects.

Exploring Indonesia’s enchanting islands

March 10th, 2020

Each of Indonesia’s 17,000-plus islands has something for everyone — whether you’re a thrill-seeker gearing up for your next adventure, an escapist needing to chill out and recharge, or a pilgrim seeking inner peace. No matter what type of traveller you are, you’re sure to have an amazing experience exploring these seven enchanting Indonesian islands.

A walk through the different souks and medinas of Morocco

February 28th, 2020

Morocco is a modern country, but one cannot help but be enamored of its deep reverence for tradition and culture. In modern Morocco, old-style living hasn’t disrupted its coming of age, as locals still live in medinas and shop in souks, as they have for hundreds of years.

Cruising Croatia: Why a small-ship cruise beats a megaship cruise

February 5th, 2020

Cruise ships call year-round at Croatia’s numerous port towns, carrying happy holidaymakers eager to explore the country’s historic cities, lush forests, magnificent mountains, idyllic islands, and immaculate beaches. Aside from megaships that are hundreds of feet long, smaller craft are also popular cruise options in Croatia.

Why Norway’s commitment to eco-travel is good news for the eco-conscious

January 29th, 2020

Ecotourism isn’t a mere trend in Norway — it has been the constant tourism framework. After all, Norway has some of the world’s most spectacular natural attractions. Ecotourism promotes responsible and sustainable travels that leave flora, fauna, and cultural heritage untouched by the damaging effects of destructive tourism practices.

Making the most of your Japan tour: A traveller’s guide

November 27th, 2019

If visiting Japan has always been your dream, 2020 is the perfect time to make it come true. Travel to Japan with Wheel & Anchor in May 2020, and soak in the rich history, culture, and traditions of the Japanese by partaking of local gastronomic delights, riding bullet trains, and visiting ancient and modern landmarks set in the most beautiful surroundings. Sign up today.

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